Marriott International recently announced the opening of the JW Marriott Jaipur Resort & Spa, marking the debut of the global luxury brand in India's fabled 'Pink City'. Nestled among the green hills of the ancient Aravalli Range in the Indian state of Rajasthan, the 200-room, five-star JW Marriott Jaipur Resort & Spa features luxurious amenities and services that celebrate the region's rich tapestry of history, heritage, and culture.
The JW Marriott Jaipur is inspired by the regal palaces of Rajasthan featuring grand arches, pleasant fountains, intricate 'Jaali' metalwork, delicate inlays and hand-painted patterns in a classical blue-and-white palette. The resort features 200 luxurious guest rooms, villas and suites, including Royal Terrace Rooms, Royal Courtyard Rooms and Royal Pool Villas with private plunge pools, as well as 2-bedroom Palace and Presidential Suites.
Dining options are a veritable feast for the senses; each thoughtfully curated by Executive Chef Yogender Pal. Mohan Mahal, the hotel's intimate fine dining restaurant, offers exquisite Rajasthani cuisine and Mughali 'Thali' menus. Sukh Mahal is an all-day dining restaurant serving international cuisine with indoor and outdoor seating. Hawa Mahal is a rooftop restaurant offering an unforgettable 'Under the Stars' dining experience accompanied by live music. Guests can enjoy coffee or cocktails along with a wide selection of hors d' oeuvres at Jharokha, the hotel's bar and lounge, or select from a menu of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks to pair with light bites at Preet Mahal.
Created to demystify and re-imagine the spa experience, the sumptuous Spa by JWoffers a 'Spa la Carte' menu, with personalized consultations and treatments designed around natural local produce. The hotel offers an all-weather outdoor pool as well as a fully-equipped Fitness Centre that encourages guests to stay active while on the road. The resort also features a range of enriching activities, including morning walks through the hotel's herb gardens, yoga and meditation sessions, visits to nearby villages for a first-hand experience of traditional Rajasthani life, special excursions to the nearby 'Haathi Gaoon' to spend a day with elephants, and curated culinary experiences to discover the secrets of spices in Indian cuisine.